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Quote: Originally Posted by LorenzL seriously? first time I heard that. I think you can find all of this in the Indochino folder. There should be a paper with the return instructions, which IIRC mentions this, along with something like "place everything back carefully into the original Indochino packaging"... So the garbage bag probably won't do it.
Quote: Originally Posted by LorenzL wow, 90$ is a lot! from where did you send it, europe? I didn't need a remake so far (I would have needed one with the blueprint, but they ran out of fabric before I could ask for the remake), but I would send it the cheapest way possible. As long as you have a confirmation that the item has been sent, you are out of danger - then the risk passes on to Indochino and the post provider you used. I sent it from...
Quote: Originally Posted by raphael__n MrInvariant, depending on your location, shipping back shouldn`t be too expensive. Well in my case it costed $90, and yes, I went with the cheapest alternative that offered tracking number. Since I didn't want to burn any more money, I requested a full refund instead of a remake. (And I'm still waiting on my refund...)
I have to say that I have come to the conclusion that Indochino is just not worth the trouble. They have this 'perfect fit guarantee', which looks good on paper, but in reality it costs you serious $$$ to ship back the failed attempts to them, and the whole remake process is a crapshoot. The biggest issue here I think is that they make the suits in China, but you have to return the suit to Canada. In other words, those who remake the suit never get to see the previous...
There are quite a few recommendations... It will be interesting to hear the OP's opinion after his trip!
Quote: Originally Posted by countcount I picked up several suits when I was getting started for about $100/each. No offence, but those probably fall into the "crap quality" category... Probably not worth the trouble.
Quote: Originally Posted by eviltwin I live in Argentina, actually. Thanks for the replies. I think I need off-the-rack because I'm only going for three days. IMHO there is not much merit in buying OTR suits in Japan if you don't live here. Either it will be above your budget or crap quality. Anyway, Perfect Suit Factory should be in your price range but I can't say much about quality.
My vote goes for the 16L-4mm one. Next in line would be the 18L.
Quote: Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum If it uses fusing, then it's not "fully canvassed". The word 'canvassed' implies it being pad-stitched, not fused. If part of it is fused, then it's only half-canvassed at best. Here is a relevant quote from Angie: Quote: Originally Posted by Angie @ Indochino Yes, our suits are fully canvased. Our suits are not 100% sewn and do have some fusing. Our canvasing is fused to our...
Quote: Originally Posted by david123 Yes, I did end up reporting back to them. I hadn't seen your post a couple posts up, but I more or less did what you suggested. I passed along a few of people's examples, as well as a link to this thread, but focused on explaining the general consensus that we'd like something a tad bigger in a diameter (17L or 18L), of the current thickness, and whiter/nicer/brighter/more lustrous rather than saying we were really...
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